Located at the border between the State of Minas Gerais and the State of Goias, the São Simão Hydropower Plant, consisting of 6 turbine units with a total installed capacity of 1,710 MW, was commissioned in 1978, and its annual electricity output could meet the need of a city of 6 million inhabitants.
The 157 MW La Confluencia Hydropower plant started its commercial operation in 2010. It is located in Tinguiririca valley, Sixth Region of Chile and CPIH owns 50% of its equity. La Confluencia reduces CO₂ emission by approximately 423,000 tons per year.
The 111 MW Chacayes run-of-river hydropower plant is located in the Cachapoal River basin, Sixth Region of Chile, with 2 vertical Francis turbines. The power plant went into operation in 2011.
The Ord Hydropower Plant is located in south of Kununurra with 30 MW total installed capacity. When it began generating power in 1997, it was the largest renewable-energy project completed in western Australia. The Ord Hydropower Plant supplies energy to Kununurra and its surrounding areas, benefiting about 40,000 households.